jmaxime89Participant01/10/2016 at 09:26Post count: 35
Hi ! Long time user here and everytime I had issues with something this forum had been a great help.
Yesterday I freshly started on my Pi2 the latest image of retropie wheezy
I transfered my roms and everything works fine with my SNES controller.
However when I map my WIRED PS4 controller either the buttons are all wrong OR I map it in retroarch and the controls are fine minus D-pad RIGHT which strangely never register in retroarch and no hot keys at all works when I modify my config file here :
Strangely my config file for the PS4 controller is either called
PS4 Controller (when I manually map it in retroarch)
Sony Computer Entertainment Wireless Controller (when mapped in emulationstation)
I did try this :
But it doesn’t work, all of the buttons are wrong and when I map it correctly and restart the pi it seems like it doesn’t refer to that file at all as all of the buttons are wrong again.
The only two files I have here /opt/retropie/configs/all/retroarch-joypads
Sorry for the long post and probably bad english. All in all what I want is :
To be able to play with my SNES controller and exiting the roms with my hotkeys
And when I want to play playstation games I want to be able to plus my dualshock 4 and play the game while still be able to exit said game using mapped hotkeys for this controller.
Thanks so much guysjmaxime89Participant01/11/2016 at 16:14Post count: 35
UPDATE : I just realised that whatever I have in
Retroarch never reads it.
When I have emulationstation’s mapping and naming(sony entertainment wireless controller) R3 is select (which is my hotkey enable also)
When I use retroarch mapping and naming (PS4 controller) the outcome is exactly the same all buttons messed up; R3 = select.
When I use a file I found on github named Sony-Playstation4-DualShock4-Controller the outcome is once again the same, R3 = select for instance
When this folder is empty my controller still have the same mapping in game…
I see there is a variance in emulationstation and retroarch naming of the buttons (Retroarch Start = 6 emulationstation Start = 9)
Thanks once again ! I hope one of who will see this and take the time to help me.
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